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16 contributors from The Butter Lamb pick the winners of each Week 1 game, as well as their “Best Bet of the Week.”
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Following an incredibly eventful opening week, Zac Hirschbeck ranks all 14 teams (from worst to first) in The Butter Lamb’s OFFICIAL fantasy football league.
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16 contributors from The Butter Lamb pick the winners of each Week 1 game, and share their “Best Bet of the Week.”
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14 of The Butter Lamb’s contributors are chasing fictional glory in a fantasy football league this fall. After selecting their 16-player squad in a grueling 36-hour draft, here are each participant’s thoughts on their team.
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Fox News made a minor splash on Wednesday when they announced their decision to hire conservative commentator and racist Barbie doll Tammy Terry Tony Taxi Twizzler Tomi Lahren. Lahren, who was best known for her angry rants as the former host of TheBlaze’s “Tomi,” will take on a new role as a contributor for Sean Hannity’s renowned dumpster-fire of a show, “Hannity.” In recognition of Lahren’s ascension through the far-right ranks, I’ve compiled a list of some of the worst moments of her professional career.
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We asked some of our readers and GOT superfans to react to this week’s finale. Here’s what they had to say about how Season 7 came to an end.
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Three “television enthusiasts,” the dynamic brother-sister duo of Marci and Rusty Buehler and Zac Hirschbeck, watch Game of Thrones each Sunday night and exchange their thoughts on the show’s happenings.
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Preserving history is incredibly important. We’ve seen repeatedly that if we don’t learn from our past, we’re doomed to make the same mistakes over and over again. As a country, we should never forget where we’ve come from, and what we’ve gone through to get to this point. That being said, there is a turmoil permeating our entire society that’s turning us into a giant powder keg. The atmosphere in the U.S. right now is downright terrifying; you can almost feel the hate and fear in the air. With the rise in white nationalism, and our “president’s” unwillingness to condemn such ideologies, it’s dangerous to keep monuments glorifying those who fought for slavery out in the public eye. If our country wasn’t being overtaken by racist violence, there would be no need to tear down Confederate monuments. Trump’s comments that monuments of George Washington or Thomas Jefferson might be next are completely unfounded. Under normal circumstances, I wouldn’t think twice about Confederate monuments, but considering the atmosphere we’re living in today, I can understand why people want them gone. Our history is important, but we should not be celebrating those parts of it that were defined by the suffering and oppression of whole groups of people.
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With the Season 7 finale of Game of Thrones now just hours away, Marci Buehler, Rusty Buehler, and Zac Hirschbeck are struggling to contain their excitement.
Rather than waiting until early next week to reconvene, the three pop culture enthusiasts teamed up to preview Sunday’s action by ranking the five characters that they believe to be the most powerful in Westeros. They also decided to select one character that they believe to be the least powerful, and the most powerless in all of the Seven Kingdoms.